This menu gives you a transparent overview of all enrolled devices. Seven different attributes are displayed:

  • The latest Name of the device.

  • The Primary User

  • The latest RealmJoin Version

  • An ID

  • The first registration in RealmJoin (First Seen)

  • The Last Contact between the device and RealmJoin

  • The number of user accounts using the device (Us)

Above the attributes, there is a search bar (Search for ...). This search compares the input made with each of the attributes and returns suitable results. At the lower right end of the menu, you have the possibility to browse through the pages manually.


In order to view detailed information about a client and to use other functions of RealmJoin, all you have to do is click on a client's name. The following example shows what the opening submenu might look like.

This submenu is divided into different tiles. They all show various information. For example, the device IDs for RealmJoin, Azure, and Intune. You will get a brief outline of the device hardware, the primary user, local admin management (LAPS article), advanced logging, and delivery optimization. Additionally, this pane does allow users with supporter permissions or higher to remotely collect full RJ log files of the client. After the upload, the files are available for all supporters.


To get a full overview of the latest state of the device, click Last State inside the first tile in the upper right corner. The following overview will open:

The shown picture is only an extract. This overview contains many more details about the state of the device. For example, installed software packages, used and current integrated hardware, network details, etc.

With the help of this overview, it is possible to get an exact view of the used devices and the used software.

It is possible to extend these states by custom states.


The client transmits its status every 30 minutes. Based on this, various reports can be created. For example, with the help of Power BI.

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